Connect to your existing Cracked account if you have one or create a new Cracked username. There's a saying in Hollywood: It means that it doesn't matter how expensive, beautiful or awesome a scene is -- if you can cut it and still have the movie make sense, then cut it. It's actually pretty common for perfectly good scenes to end up on the cutting room Professional sex scene simply to shave a few minutes off the total running time or speed up the pace of the movie.
Of course, sometimes the movie doesn't make sense without that crucial deleted scene, but we just didn't notice it. We've mentioned before how Quentin Tarantino's Hitler-killing epic Inglourious Basterds ties the entire Tarantinoverse together like a fine carpet, but one mystery still remains: Why the hell is the title misspelled?
There's one "U" too many and an "E" that should be an "A," in case you haven't noticed. Movie nuts know that the name is inspired by the Italian war movie The Inglorious Bastards the director even makes a cameo herebut that doesn't explain the misspelling: In fact, Tarantino has gone on the record saying that he's " never going to explain that.
If that's the case, then he probably shouldn't have put the answer right there in the script, where Professional sex scene can see it. The scene comes just as Donny is about to beat a Nazi to death with his baseball bat -- we see Donny buying the bat in his old neighborhood in Boston spelled "Bostin" right before shipping out to fight in World War II.
Good luck not hearing Happy Madison's voice screaming in your brain as you read this dialogue, by the way:. Note the spelling of "basterd. At one point he goes to the house of one Mrs. Himmelstein who would have been played by Frau Blucher from Young Frankensteinand right before signing the bat, she says:.
This scene would have explained why so many actors are referred to as "basterds" -- that's just how people talked in Donny's old neighborhood, and it stuck. The line "A basterd's work is never done" is so important that it even made it onto one of the film's posters.
It's possible that Tarantino cut the scene after Sandler turned down the Professional sex scene to make Funny People it remains a subject of debate as to whether this was a good thing for either movie.
Perhaps Tarantino shortened Donny's role when he realized that Eli Roth's acting range isn't quite as ample as Sandler's -- did Professional sex scene see that movie where he plays a guy and his twin sister?
In Raiders of the Lost Arkeveryone from Indiana Jones to Adolf Hitler wants to get their hands on the legendary Ark of the Covenant -- and yet, if you pay attention, you'll notice that throughout the movie, nobody actually touches the thing they're supposed to covet Professional sex scene much.
They're always carrying it on poles or putting it in boxes, as if they were grossed out by it or something.
The only time they do touch the Ark is at the very endwhen the Nazis open it and accidentally unleash a light show that sucks their souls and melts their faces.
Indy looks away from the lights Professional sex scene the spirits spare him It's literally the only thing that saves him. And you can't say it's common sense -- he's the only person in the vicinity who knows to do it, and he has to tell Marion, or else her face would have melted, too.
Yet this life-saving technique is never mentioned in the movie prior to that point. There's a scene in the movie where Indy talks to an old man who says the Ark "is not to be disturbed.
If you touch the Ark or so much as look into it while it's open, you die. Even though they cut that part, it's pretty remarkable to see how deeply these warnings were ingrained into the story. Later, in the scene where Indy and Sallah first see the Ark, the script calls for Sallah to reach out to Professional sex scene it, but Indy stops him:.
This part was also removed, but again, the movie acknowledges the erased moment by having Indy and Sallah carry the Ark on poles instead of just lugging it around. We've previously pointed out that the Bible pretty much spells out the effects of the Arkand therefore both Indy and the villain should have known what it does, but presumably not everyone in this audience is an archeologist who specializes in Biblical relics.
With the old man's explanation, people who didn't pay attention in Sunday school can understand what happened at the end of the movie, too. The only Professional sex scene, and the most likely reason why they cut those scenes, is that they sort of spoil the ending: When the bad guy opens the Ark, nobody knows what's going to happen Professional sex scene him, and the deleted scenes would have ruined the surprise although there's a big difference between "you die" and "your head explodes".
For some of you reading this, The Empire Strikes Back is the greatest movie you've ever seen. For others, it's a movie wrought with incest, plot holes, continuity errors So, yeah, it's probably the best movie in the Star Wars series, but it's also full of weird little inconsistencies.
For example, there's a moment where Luke and Darth Vader are dueling and Luke falls into the carbon freezing chamber that previously turned Han Solo into a slab. Vader turns on the freezing mechanism, but Luke immediately jumps off the chamber super fast, flying off so high that he literally ends up hanging from the ceilinglike a cartoon character who just sat on a cactus.
Uh, since when can Luke do Professional sex scene This is not a minor point: The only reason Luke doesn't get frozen there is A because he can do that Jedi jump and B because Vader doesn't know he can do it.
Otherwise he Professional sex scene have turned his back on him and assumed the fight was over.
And he should be surprised -- this Professional sex scene superpower seems to come out of nowhere, especially considering that, as we've pointed out beforeLuke only trained to become a Jedi for a few hours. We're talking an entire omitted sequence of the script showing a training montage of Luke learning how to swing a light saber like a pro, how to run through Dagobah in Rocky -like fashion This is followed by the classic scene of Luke standing on one hand and Yoda using the Force to raise an entire spaceship from the swamp.
Luke's training is still pretty short, of course, but the magic of the montage would Professional sex scene at least made it seem more intense than in the finished movie, and explained some of the abilities he later showed off during his fight with Vader.
This way, Luke's fantastic leap out of the freezing chamber is actually the culmination of his training with Yoda and not just something George Lucas pulled out of his ass to get him out of a tight spot.
Maybe we're getting older, maybe we've just seen this film too many times, but something has always seemed a bit off about Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Specifically, how could the "day off" even happen? Throughout the course of the movie, we see Ferris treating his girlfriend and his friend Cameron to an upscale restaurant, a baseball game and the single most melodramatic museum visit ever.
That requires a hell of a lot of money for a kid living on a teenager's allowance. Yes, his parents appear to be rich, Professional sex scene as Ferris himself would point out, "It still wouldn't change the fact that I don't own a car.
The answer in the script jibes perfectly with what we already know about the character: Ferris gets the money through dishonesty Professional sex scene manipulation. He literally steals some saving bonds from his father after tricking him into saying where he hides them.
John Hughes even had Ferris light up a cigarette Professional sex scene blow smoke rings as he duped his dad. The scene comes right after Ferris convinces Cameron to come over to his house: They're talking on the phone when Ferris' dad calls on the other line to check up on him remember, he was faking being sick in order to skip school.
Ferris tells Cameron that he's "working on getting some heavy bucks out of" his dad -- he then switches back to his dad and casually brings up "those saving bonds you used to give me every Christmas," which leads to the following exchange:. First of all, it lets you know right off the bat that Ferris is a dick, which is probably why John Hughes chose to omit it. But, at the same time, it stresses the fact that this isn't just a regular day in Ferris' life: He was only able to do all the things he did because he stole his dad's money, and we're assuming that's not a stunt he can repeat every weekend.
The movie is about a singular time in a young man's life when he's finishing school and about to go into college, and there's something bittersweet about the fact that he'll never be able to relive these Professional sex scene days again.
Still, when you think about it, there's one thing about the movie that doesn't make sense: Why the hell do Captain Miller Tom Hanks and his squad embark on their mission on foot and with almost no ammo?
That's kind of the key to the whole tension of the movie -- Professional sex scene on their own, on foot, with no backup. Why did they head out no more equipped for the job than the hobbits in The Lord of the Rings? Contrary to what the German army might tell you, marching across the French countryside is not a walk in the park. It turns out that there was an entire sequence in the script where Miller's squad leaves Omaha Beach on a badass jeep, with all of the Professional sex scene equipment you'd need for a wartime rescue mission.
But they lose it in a battle, along with most of their munitions. Apparently Spielberg decided to cut this part pretty late in the game, because you can actually see them driving the jeep in the movie Pay close attention to the 0: Before that, in the deleted scene Miller convinces the supply sergeant to let them use the jeep, which belongs to one General Gavin, by mentioning that Private Ryan's three brothers were killed in action.
The sergeant is moved by this tale and lets them take off in it. In the script, the jeep serves them pretty well until it gets blown up in a skirmish, taking most of their ammo with Professional sex scene. This scene is even referenced in the movie Professional sex scene Miller tells Ted Danson "We lost most of our ammo" so early into their mission. The fact that the squad had not only a jeep but also a shitload more ammo adds a whole lot of feasibility to their mission, Professional sex scene otherwise feels kind of half-assed The Professional is about an Italian killer living in New York Jean Reno who starts taking care of a girl named Mathilda a very young Natalie Portman after her family is killed.
If you've seen this movie, you'll probably agree that there's something slightly off-putting about it; in the words of Roger Ebert"Always at the back of my mind was the troubled thought that there was something wrong about placing a year-old character in the middle of this action. In one sceneLeon wakes up in bed and a scantily clad Mathilda is sitting next to him, but that's the closest they ever get to being romantically involved.
So why does this movie creep us out so much? The international cut of the film reveals that the night before that scene, Mathilda tried to coax Leon into making love to her, but he turned her down because he "wouldn't be a good lover" apparently there are no Professional sex scene about having sex with minors in other countries, but there are plenty of laws about doing it lousily.
Well, the screenplay takes the wrongness even further by making it clear that, actually, he does sleep with her. And no, she's isn't 30 instead of almost 13 in this draft. For starters, this explains why Leon is so edgy the whole damn picture: On top of the corrupt DEA agent, he also had to Professional sex scene on the lookout for Child Protective Services busting his ass for pedophilia. But mainly, it confirms our hunch that there was something fishy going on in this movie all along.
We'll never look at Luc Besson pictures the same way again.
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